Curriculum Kitchen

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Help Miss Prim and Miss Proper, two Victorian schoolmistresses, prepare rose and peppermint creams along with the rest of high tea, as the servants have been given the dat off!

Would you rather have been a tweenie or a scullery maid?

With a background of Victorian Music Hall songs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jane and Julie invite you to join in the celebrations to mark the moon landing.

Watch the first men to land on the moon and then taste the 1960's party food prepared by the children.

Try astronaut ice-cream; it's groovy man!

With a background of music from the '60's.

 

 

 

Grimhildr and Hjordis are preparing a meal to take on a journey.

Taste the sort of food eaten by Vikings and learn why they ate what they ate!

Find out why Viking parents parents were pleased to have troublesome, argumentative children!

Workshop supported by the Dales Countryside Museum's Viking resources.

 

 

 

Viking Travellers...

 

Our package includes two people to deliver the programme and all the materials needed for interesting and unusual themed craft and cooking projects in your school or museum.

 

We regularly deliver our sessions to larger groups. Please ask us for details.

All of our workshops can be tailor made to fit in with your individual requirements.

 

Talk to us about a special workshop!

Tel: 01748 886084

Email: jane.sammells@googlemail.com

www.curriculumkitchen.co.uk

 

Victorian High Tea ...

1969 - Moon Landing...

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Help Livia and Flavia, two Romano-British women, prepare a meal for a visiting dignitary who is on his way to Hadrians wall.

Did the Romans really eat stinging nettles and fish sauce with their pudding?

Make a Roman note-book; a bees' wax writing tablet.

Roman Banquet...

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